12.7 C
Saturday, July 13, 2024
HomeFeatured NewsPakistani magazine claims Saudi Prince called back Imran’s plane

Pakistani magazine claims Saudi Prince called back Imran’s plane

Related stories

J&K police release list of seized assets used for terrorism

Jammu, Feb 16 : The police in Jammu and...

Israel says 4 mln citizens vaccinated against Covid-19

Jerusalem, Feb 17 : Israeli officials announced that some...

Hungary to receive first shipment of Chinese vaccines

Beijing, Feb 17 : A Hungarian cargo plane loaded...

Islamabad:  Pakistani weekly magazine ‘Friday Times’ has made a shocking revelation that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman was very wrothful from some works of Prime Minister Imran Khan during his visit to the United Nations General Assembly, hence, he asked to return PM’s fight to the US from midway.
Before visiting the UNGA, Imran had gone to Saudi Arabia and wanted to fly America in a corporate plane. But Salman provide him own special plane. Subsequently, Imran went in MBS’ plane and was returning in the same when he had to go back following a technical glitch. Thereafter, the PM boarded a corporate plane.
Now, the Friday Times has shocked the world saying that there was no technical problem but Imran had to return following Salman’s resentment.
Pak Govt. dismisses claims However, the spokesman of Pakistan government has rubbished the claims.
The Friday Times, in its report, said: “According to his never-say-die supporters, Imran Khan has returned from New York a ‘conquering hero’. There were even endorsements of one loyalist suggestion that the commercial plane carrying him back from Jeddah to Islamabad should be escorted by a fleet of F7 Thunder jets as a mark of honour. Imran bravely spoke ‘straight from the heart’, they say, and swept all Doubting Thomases before him, highlighting the critical issues facing the world today: climate change, Islamophobia, safe havens for money laundering and the Kashmir lockdown. Never mind that the hall was only half full. Never mind that he admitted Pakistan’s culpability in germinating Al Qaeda. Never mind that he raised the world’s hackles by brandishing nuclear weapons and threatening Armageddon. Never mind that the vicious Indian lockdown in Kashmir persists. Never mind that the prospects of Indo-Pak dialogue are dimmer than ever before. Never mind that a territorial state conflict has been relegated to a clash of fierce ideologies representing ‘Islamic’ Pakistan and ‘Hindu’ India.” Other claims made by the report The report further said: “There were some unintended consequences of the trip too. Inexplicably, the Saudi crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman, was so alienated by some dimensions of the Pakistani Prime Minister’s diplomacy in New York – he couldn’t have been happy at the prospect of Imran Khan, Recip Tayyib Erdogan and Mahathir Mohammad planning to jointly represent the Islamic bloc, nor with Pakistan’s interlocution with Iran without his explicit approval – that he visibly snubbed Imran by ordering his private jet to disembowel the Pakistani delegation. Significantly, too, Pakistan’s Permanent Representative to the UN, Maleeha Lodhi, lost her job (did Khan’s cronies have anything to do with it?) before the dust of ‘victory at the UN’ had settled”.


- Never miss a story with notifications

- Gain full access to our premium content

- Browse free from up to 5 devices at once

Latest stories